Slides for Guelph Accessibility Conference
After a two-plus hour drive to Guelph on Memorial Day (in the U.S., not Canada), I attended a full day of talks and hallway conversations at the Guelph Accessibility Conference. I also had the pleasure of presenting in the last slot of the day in the main auditorium.
Feedback was positive, nobody fell asleep (that I could see), and the feedback problem did not rear its head. So, overall a success!
I also managed to bypass a two hour border crossing thanks to some remote coaching to the right bridge and still managed to get back to Buffalo in time to make it to a holiday cookout with the family. So in all, a very productive (and tiring) day.
But that isn’t why you’re here.
View at SlideShare (handy if the embed doesn’t work for you).
Yay! Validation (of a sort) from the Twitters!
“Accessibility is not a checklist.” I need this on a button or something. #accessconf16— Mari Vihuri (@marvellings) May 30, 2016
For Billy’s Talk
I got the title of his talk wrong. Oops.
It was also great to see a shout out to Robert Pearson.